Skip to main content

Program Structure

  • Students must earn a grade of "C" or higher in each course
  • 124 credit hours are required to earn the Bachelor of Science degree
  • New students must begin the program in the fall semester
  • All courses are offered on the semester system
  • Instructors have advanced degrees and are recognized experts and real-life practitioners in their field
  • Course materials such as exercises, assignments, study guides, exams, and lectures will be delivered via the Internet using MyCourses. MyCourses is a software program designed specifically for online learning.

Course Rotation

Listed below is the course schedule for the BOMP core courses. The courses are offered only during the semester under which they are listed.

BOMP FIRST YEAR

FALL SPRING SUMMER
GR 1123- Intro World Geography GR 1603- Intro to Meteorology GR 4643 – Physical Climatology
GR 1114- Physical Geography GR 4813- Natural Hazards

BOMP SECOND YEAR

FALL SPRING SUMMER
GR 4633- Statistical Climatology GG 3613- Water Resources GR 4613- Applied Climatology
GR 4713- Synoptic Meteorology I GR 4753/6753- Satellite & Radar
Meteorology
GR 4473- Numerical Weather
Prediction

BOMP THIRD YEAR

FALL SPRING SUMMER
GR 4623- Physical Meteorology GR 4443- Weather Prediction I GR 4453- Weather Prediction II
GR 4913- Thermodynamic
Meteorology
GR 4923- Severe Weather GG 3603- Intro to Oceanography

ANY SEMESTER/ANY YEAR

GR 4640-Meteorological Internship is not required for the degree or certificate. For more information read Internship Guidelines.

Other Distance Geosciences Programs